Paintings and Sculptures of Lepakshi

First Online: September 13, 2002
Page Last Updated: January 01, 2015


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  • Lepkashi Paintings -- Paintings of Lepakshi are a wonderful resource to study period social attire and life of Vijayanagara times.

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Paintings of Lepakshi
Art of Lepakshi

A Painting of Vijayanagar periodLepakshi Paintings in RuinsAudience at Shivas WeddingFresco from LepakshiHermits Attending Shivas MarriageLord Shiva in his Court
Shiva with Bow and Arrow Shooting the BoarMedieval Saree StyleWoman with a Pestle at MortarWoman with Chamara FanHermit with a Locked HairA Fakir with a Fan and Turban
Vaishnavite Devotee, LepakshiA Lady with Raised Hair BunOrnaments of a Lady, Lepakshi paintingBrothers Veeranna and Virupanna, Lepakshi temple builders Women assembled to greet Uma-Maheshwara, Lepakshi Woman in sari (Indian drape)
Colorful Saree DesignsSaree Design using lines and squaresFollowers of Lord ShivaLord ShivaFollowers of Lord ShivaShiva as Bridegroom
Hair Bun of a WomanVeerannas Kulavi -- illustration based on a Lepakshi temple muralBattle of Shiva and ArjunaVirupannas Kulavi with dangling decorationsWomen at WorshipWomen of Lepakshi